On the Domain of the Fibonacci Difference Matrix
AbstractMatrix F^ derived from the Fibonacci sequence was first introduced by Kara (2013) and the spaces lp(F) and l∞(F); (1 ≤ p < ∞) were examined. Then, Başarır et al. (2015) defined the spaces c0(F) and c(F) and Candan (2015) examined the spaces c(F(r,s)) and c0(F(r,s)). Later, Yaşar and Kayaduman (2018) defined and studied the spaces cs(F(s,r)) and bs(F(s,r)). In this study, we built the spaces cs(F) and bs(F). They are the domain of the matrix F on cs and bs, where F is a triangular matrix defined by Fibonacci Numbers. Some topological and algebraic properties, isomorphism, inclusion relations and norms, which are defined over them are examined. It is proven that cs(F) and bs(F) are Banach spaces. It is determined that they have the γ, β, α -duals. In addition, the Schauder base of the space cs(F) are calculated. Finally, a number of matrix transformations of these spaces are found. View Full-Text
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Yaşar, F.; Kayaduman, K. On the Domain of the Fibonacci Difference Matrix. Mathematics 2019, 7, 204.
Yaşar F, Kayaduman K. On the Domain of the Fibonacci Difference Matrix. Mathematics. 2019; 7(2):204.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yaşar, Fevzi; Kayaduman, Kuddusi. 2019. "On the Domain of the Fibonacci Difference Matrix." Mathematics 7, no. 2: 204.
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